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Grilling Fresh Fruits

Use indirect heat

Don’t grill fruits when the coals are hot – hard ones will dry out quick while soft one will easily get mushy. They will cook perfectly in indirect heat so place them on the outer edges of the grill or when the coals have started to die out.

Grill soft fruits with skin on

Leaving the skin on while on the grates will help maintain the shape and form of softer fruits like bananas. Many fresh produce also have plenty of nutrients that are in the skin.

Prevent them from sticking to your grates

Nobody like their food sticking to the racks – your ffod will be ruined plus it’s a hassle to clean. Make sure to brush your fruit with melted butter or your choice of oil before they hit the grill to prevent sticking. If this is not an option, spray your grates with non-stick cooking spray before cooking anything.

Add sugar at the last minute

While a fruit cooked on the grill is tasty by itself, many opt to add more flavour and texture to complete a dish. You can brush fruits with butter or lemon juice or sprinkle them with brown sugar or cinnamon. If you’re going to use sugar, make sure to add it at the last minute or when the fruit is heated through as sugar tends to burn quickly.